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I have a quote on the white board in my office. It is attributed to Abba Anthony, one of the Desert Fathers of Christian history. It is, “Do what you are doing.” This is my own challenge and one I put to you as well.
To accomplish this, you must not dwell in the past (although you can and should learn from it). You must not obsess about the future (you have no real way to control it, so this is pointless). The only moment you really have is this one (there it goes….).
This moment is not entirely yours, as you share it with all creation. However, the piece of it of which you are a part is important, as in this moment you can focus on the task at hand, make it good, make it worthwhile, create, enable and assist. Without your critical contribution in this moment, the lessons of the past come to nothing and the future is dimmer.
Focus. Do what you are doing.